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Best Of MLBís Ballparks

When baseball fans feel that a ballpark is a shrine rather than just a place to watch a baseball game, then there must be something about the park that makes it so great. Whether itís the view, the enthusiasm, or the game itself, not many activities beat watching an intense game at a place you love. If you want to watch a game where the prices are good and the crowds are even better than these are the parks for you.

First is Miller Park in Milwaukee. With an average ticket price of just $16.86 fans are sure to get a bang for their buck. The building itself almost surreal with its brick faÁade and steel arches looming above, which makes the park seem as if it would be seen in a videogame rather than in real life. If youíre a fan who likes tailgating then this is the place for you. With the largest tailgating scene in all of MLBís located here, itís hard not to be friendly with other fans.

PNC Park, home of the Pittsburg Pirates comes in second place with an average ticket price of $17.08 and more than 36,000 parking spaces available near the park. Not only does the park sell tasty concessions but an Outback Steakhouse is located in left field where fans can enjoy the game while enjoying a great meal. Located in right field is a kidís section with a mini PNC Park and multipurpose play set for kids ages 5-10. With its throwback design and up-to-date conveniences, this is a park almost any fan will enjoy.

Ranked third in fansí opinions is Coors Field home of the Colorado Rockies. An average ticket price of $14.92 gives the fans the ability to watch a game without putting a strain on their bank accounts. For fans who like to enjoy a beer or two while watching the game, located in the park is Sandlot Brewery with a wide variety of brews and behind the bullpen is an interactive area with everything from tee-ball cages to a fantasy broadcast booth. Even if you donít get a good seat in the park you will still have a good line of sight for the game and fans sitting along


the first base line there is an excellent view of the sunset over the mountains during evening games.

Number four on the list of best ballparks is Angel Stadium home of the Anaheim Angels. This park has an average ticket price of $17.36 and plenty of handicapped accessible seating. Angel Stadium has a program that allows wheelchair-bound fans to watch batting practice at lower level seating areas. Plus thereís even a 400 seat picnic area beyond center field for fans who like to bring their own snacks. With a new owner whose first priority is fan experience, the park is sure to make you want to be there. Fans support teams in this park so well that people leaving with hoarse throats is not uncommon.

Turner Field, home of the Atlanta Braves is the ballpark that comes in fifth. With an average ticket price of $17.51 and plenty of other attraction in the park fans get what they pay for. Scoutís Alley in left field allows fans to practice their batting and pitching with the interactive exhibits. If youíre a fan with a hearing problem, this is the park for you thanks to the audio amplification devices offered. Fans at this park are able to really get riled up when the tomahawk chop comes out. And finally the new high definition scoreboard in the middle of the park allow fans to have a great view of the score, inning, count, and everything else they need to know.


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